On Wednesday midday, Lahore’s Allama Iqbal Worldwide Airport opened for the touchdown of flights after remaining shut for hours resulting from thick fog, Every day Instances reported.
As the extent of fog dropped, the visibility at Lahore’s Airport’s runway has improved to 800 meters after which the authorities reopen the airport for the touchdown of flights.
4 flights had been canceled earlier as a result of fog. These had been: Turkish Airways flight TK-714 coming from Istanbul, flight TK-715 going to Istanbul, flight PK-306 coming from Karachi and flight PK-307 going to Karachi.
Earlier Air Site visitors Controller didn’t permit two flights to land and diverted them to Islamabad Worldwide Airport. These had been: Flight IF-341 coming from Najaf and flight PA-413 coming from Sharjah.